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Hello everyone,<BR>We are going to be taking an early season walleye trip to Leech this year. I have fished Leech in the late summer months in the past, but never near the opener. Just looking for some general tips. We'll be up there the week after opener. Thanks!

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It reallt depends on what kind of Spring it will be, regardless, the majority of the fish will be shallow 15' and less, probably could narrow that down to 10' or less. Post spawn is what it will be. Fish sandy/rubble areas with shiners,light jigs/rigs, stay away from the main crowds by fishing the perimeter of the groups out 100 yds or so and keep your net down or you will be flooded by boats. Following the wind is a must. Some keys areas to start are Big/Little Stoney, Hardwoods, Traverse Bay, Goose Islnad, Snake Pits. get a good map, tka ethe advice from Reeds lightly, use some common sense and fish quietly--you'll do fine. Oh yeh, watch the weather/wind or you could be in for a rough ride!

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I'm going to Leech for the opener this year(May12-18). In the past 1/8 and 1/4 ounce jigs with shiner minnows have worked well. If the winds pick up, 3/8 could be used. Stoney and Little Stoney, Battle Point, Sugar Point, Five Mile, and Submarine have all been good spots in the past. 7 to 15 feet depths drifting with the winds and avoiding other boats seem to be key. The Walleyes run to the rocks when pressured. If there isn't wind then the flats around Bear Island might work.<P>------------------<BR>

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